I'm not saying I want Drejka as a neighbor.
I am saying, if we consider prior behavior, we should consider it for both men. Drejka didn't have a criminal record, although there are accusations that didn't result in arrest. McGlockton does have a criminal record, including a drug conviction and an arrest for aggravated battery, and an unknown number of accusations that didn't result in arrest.
I am saying a person knocked to the ground by the first physical attack in a dispute doesn't have a reasonable opportunity to flee a standing aggressor, and "stand your ground" is a misnomer for what happened.